This particular home has a private patio of its own that is filled with plenty of greenery while the interior sports cool retro charm combined with unassuming Scandinavian style. Pops of red navy blue and green are added to infuse some cheerful elegance in every room.
Transforming the interior of this residence into a welcoming modern hub DeForest Architects turned to steel framed glass windows and walls for the makeover. With the homeowners being booklovers the theme of choice was both simple and unique.
A beautiful fireplace in the living area and comfy decor ensure that those inside can spend some idyllic summer days just relaxing as they take in the sights and sounds outside. Spread across two levels the first level holds two bedrooms a bathroom a kitchen and a living and dining area while the top floor contains additional bedrooms for the boys.
The North Bay Residence itself has been designed to bring together unabated views of the that is a stone’s throw away and in complete seclusion. The presence of a county road on one side of the house meant that both acoustic and visual privacy were a big issue and this conundrum was solved with the use of a large stone wall.
Additions like the bookcase on the home office level (built out of harvested birch trunks and glass panels) give the interior a distinct ambiance. Most of the colors are inspired by the many sights and sounds outside while iconic decor additions brilliant lighting and sculptural features like the spiral staircase elevate the appeal of the contemporary villa. Sliding frames with wooden slats shape the façade of the home while allowing those inside to switch between complete seclusion and unabated views with ease.